Title: Who Killed Sgt. Pepper?
Style: Shoegaze, Noise, Indie Rock, Ambient
Format: MP3 FLAC MMF AA MPC VQF ADX MP1 ASF
FLAC size: 1594 mb | MP3 size: 1580 mb | WMA size: 1485 mb
Who Killed Sgt. Pepper? is the eleventh studio album by American psychedelic rock band The Brian Jonestown Massacre. It was released in February 2010 on band leader Anton Newcombe's A Records. The album was recorded in Iceland and at Studio East in Berlin. The album guest features, among a variety of international musicians, Spacemen 3 bassist Will Carruthers and vocalists Unnur Andrea Einarsdottir and Felix Bondareff.
On first approach, Who Killed Sgt. Pepper? continues the subterfuge- like its predecessor, the new album boasts cassette-quality fidelity, features revolving-door collaborations with various European comrades, and carves another couple pounds of brisket off the sacred cow that is the Beatles. But in sharp contrast to My Bloody Underground's stoned lethargy, Who Killed Sgt. Pepper? represents a genuine attempt on Newcombe's part to revitalize his band's sound.
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Pepper? The Brian Jonestown Massacre. Who Killed Sgt. Pepper? Tracklist. About Who Killed Sgt. Pepper? Who Killed Sgt. Pepper? Q&A. More The Brian Jonestown Massacre albums. My Bloody Underground. Show all albums by The Brian Jonestown Massacre.
Band Name The Brian Jonestown Massacre. Album Name Who Killed Sgt. Pepper? Type Album. Data de lançamento Fevereiro 2010. Estilo de MúsicaPsychedelic Rock. Membros têm este álbum3. 1. Tempo 11. (Reaching for Dangerous Levels of Sobriety). 3. Lets Go Fucking Mental.
Pepper? (2010) by The Brian Jonestown Massacre. This album has an average beat per minute of 131 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 89/199 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Who Killed Sgt. Pepper? 1.
It's the Brian Jonestown Massacre album that's the least informed by the usual parade of 1960s mod/psych influences, opting instead for flirtations with disco rhythms, drum loops, boom-box beats and house-diva wails. In a sense, Newcombe has simply replaced one form of repetition (droning/jangly guitar jams) for another (dance workouts). BJM is one of a handful of bands that makes albums, rather than mere collections of songs, and "Who Killed Sgt. Pepper" is a perfect example. Yes, there's a lot of variety, as the professional critics point out, but there's also a kind of conversation among the various songs.